In compliance with the Spanish Law 34/2002 on the Information Society and Electronic Commerce Services, we inform you that PINA S.A. (“PINA”) is the owner of the website www.survara.es. PINA’s contact and registration information is as follows:
– Registry details: Companies Registry of A Coruña, Volume 2562, Folio 155, Page C-28360, 6th Entry
– Tax identification code (C.I.F): A46068342
– Registered office: Calle Casares Quiroga, 9, A Coruña, Spain
Conditions of Use
The user shall use this website and its services in accordance with the Law and the provisions stated hereunder. Any User who wishes to use this website must first read and accept these Conditions of Use set by PINA, the owner of the website. The User is responsible for providing truthful personal data. The User shall not provide data with a fraudulent or misleading purpose nor use the website for commercial or advertising uses unrelated to PINA’s interests.
By using this PINA’s website, you agree not use it for the following purposes:
The Users that fail to comply with all or part of PINA’s conditions and rules of use may be deleted from the website and removed from its database, without being entitled to any compensation for this.
PINA shall take legal action against this type of activity, and also any improper activity or misuse of the website. PINA shall exercise all the civil and criminal actions applicable under the Spanish law.
PINA accepts no liability or responsibility for the User violating the aforementioned Conditions of Use. PINA shall not be liable for any of the opinions and/or information entered by the Users. Notwithstanding the foregoing, the information entered on the website by Company personnel (with the Company’s knowledge and permission) will be considered as information entered on behalf of PINA. In the event any of the stipulations in these Conditions of Use is found to be invalid or unenforceable by a Court, the remainder shall remain in full force and effect. In the event of any disputes regarding the validity, execution, enforcement or resolution (in whole or in part) of these Conditions of Use, Users shall submit to the jurisdiction of PINA’s province and renounce any other jurisdiction.
The relationship between PINA and the website visitors is subject to Spanish law and jurisdiction. The intellectual property rights of the content of the website, its graphic design and its codes are owned by PINA. Therefore, no part of this website may be reproduced or transformed, in any form or by any means, for commercial purposes or with profit-making intentions. This shall not be allowed even if the source is acknowledged, unless PINA provides written consent. Notwithstanding the foregoing, PINA authorises the free reproduction, distribution and public communication of the documents and/or opinion pieces included in this website as long as: 1) it is done for informational purposes and for the general public and 2) the source is acknowledged. This exception in no way means that PINA renounces to take any civil or criminal actions in the event that the distribution of said content is offensive for the Company (and exceeds the right of freedom of expression) or is used for unfair competition practices.
Important Safety Information
PINA personnel will under no circumstances request your access data (username & password) via phone, email or in person; not even in the event of a technical problem. PINA personnel do not have access to your authentication data, as these encrypted data are stored in the system, in accordance with the law. Similarly, PINA will never request any money transfers, bank account numbers, credit or debit card numbers, or any type of financial information from you outside of the existing channels on the website for the purchase of services and products. In the event of receiving a request like this, you must refuse to provide your access data, as well as any other personal information, and notify PINA. You must never download software or click on any links sent by any user of the website. These activities are not authorised by PINA and could be a potential security threat to your computer. It could endanger your personal privacy and your family’s and your data could be used for illegal and/or fraudulent purposes. Any action by third parties linked to the practices set out above will be reported to the competent authorities.